After a series of tornadoes struck Mississippi on Sunday, new storms moving across the South on Monday spawned additional twisters responsible for structural damage in several states.
According to media outlets, affected areas also experienced large hail and high winds that added to the threat of window and roof damage sustained by residential homes. Additional impacts included uprooted trees, downed utility poles and dense debris trails.
Sunday’s storms resulted in more than 21 reports of unconfirmed tornadoes that damaged homes and businesses in portions of southern Mississippi. Locations hardest hit include Tupelo, where extensive residential damage was reported near the Elvis Presley Museum area and the Park Hill neighborhood.
Approximate areas reportedly sustaining structural damage:
- Elberton (Elbert County, 30635)
- South Fulton (Fulton County, 30311, 30331, 30336, 30337, 30349)
- Tompkinsville (Monroe County, 42167)
- Byram (Hinds County, 39170, 39212, 39272)
- Calhoun City (Calhoun County, 38916, 38955)
- Tchula (Holmes County, 39169)
- Tupelo (Lee County, 38801, 38802, 38803, 38804)
*Concentrated home damage reported in Elvis Presley Museum area and Park Hill neighborhood
- Yazoo City (Yazoo County, 39194)
- Calhoun Falls (Abbeville County, 29628)
- Lowndesville (Abbeville County, 29659)
- Blum (Hill County, 76627)
- Forreston (Ellis County, 76041)
- Waxahachie (Ellis County, 75165, 75167, 75168)
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Tornadoes Touch Down in SC, Kentucky; Tupelo Hit at Night
Kentucky.com: Tornado Leaves Trail of Major Damage in Kentucky. See the Aftermath
The Weather Channel: Severe Thunderstorms, Tornadoes Leave Trail of Damage Across Multiple Southern States
WFAA ABC 8: Damage Seen Across North Texas After Reports of 3 Possible Tornadoes